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Demolition Kitchen Video
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The Lawrence, Kansas teenaged punk band Living Rodkil perform a set at The Jackpot Saloon in downtown Lawrence, Kansas in 2004.
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The Lawrence, Kansas teenaged punk band Living Rodkil perform a set on New Years Eve at Liberty Hall in downtown Lawrence, Kansas in 2003.
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The original unaired concept test of the Lawrence, Kansas based public access show called “Living Room”. The show was first going to be a minimalist music show where it would use be a static shot of a musician performing in his or her living room. The first show test features Lawrence musician Matt Toplikar performing a solo acoustic guitar set with his songs.
Topics: Living Room, Public access, Joel Sanderson, Music, Performance, Live Event, Vintage VHS, Concert,...
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Living Room - Episode 101 were featuring a video tribute to the Wichita, KS band The Embarrassment including rare videos, some of which have never been released to the public before with Bill Goffrier, John Nichols, Ron Klaus & Brent Woody Geissmann. The Band The Embarrassment was an American quartet formed in 1979 in Wichita, Kansas, that made several recordings before breaking up in 1983. The band consisted of guitarist Bill Goffrier, lead singer and organist John Nichols, bassist Ron...
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Topics: Living Room, The Embarrassment, Wichita, Punk, Pop, Blisterpop, Bill Goffrier, John Nichols, Ron...
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Living Room is a public access television program from Lawrence, KS with host Anne Tangeman. Episode 102 features our interest in vintage VHS concert recordings with a performance by Eugene Chadbourne at The Bottleneck in Lawrence, Kansas from 1992. Appearing with Eugene is famed banjo player Tony Trischka .
Topics: Living Room, Eugene Chadbourne, Tony Trischka, The Bottleneck, Lawrence, Kansas, Joel Sanderson
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Living Room is a public access television program from Lawrence, KS with host Anne Tangeman. Episode 103 features Matt Woods a Knoxville, Tennessee based songwriter. During one of his recent driving tours he stopped in Kansas City to play a set at the Brick, a small club near downtown, during the Monday evening "Rural Grit Happy Hour".
Topics: Living Room, Public access, Joel Sanderson, Matt Woods, Music, Vintage VHS, Concert, Lawrence,...
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Living Room is a public access television program from Lawrence, KS with host Anne Tangeman. Episode 104 features the Boston based band Big Dipper, shown here in a vintage VHS concert recording during their European tour of 1988.
Topics: Living Room, Public access, Joel Sanderson, Big Dipper, Music, Vintage VHS, Concert, Lawrence,...
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From 1989 to 1996 a series of large scale (sometimes small) events were staged across Kansas based on the theme of a drive-in movie theater. These events were called "The Escape' Drive-in" and were held in Wichita, Lawrence, Vinland, and Kansas City, KS. The events were movie based also including live music, performance, games, and a prize drawing.
Topics: Living Room, Public access, Joel Sanderson, Music, Performance, Live Event, Vintage VHS, Concert,...
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Living Room is a public access television program from Lawrence, KS with host Anne Tangeman. Episode 106 features musician Bill Goffrier known for his work in the bands Big Dipper, Saucer, and The Embarrassment. This episode features live recordings from appearances he made in Kansas a few years ago, including interview segments.
Topics: Living Room, Public access, Joel Sanderson, Bill Goffrier, The Embarrassment, Music, Vintage VHS,...
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The 1990s Lawrence band Sun Barrow & a rare performance by Cleopatra recording artist Victor Wulf.
Topics: Living Room, Public access, Joel Sanderson, Music, Performance, Live Event, Vintage VHS, Concert,...
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The Embarrassment "Who Pulled The Plug" Reunion show from 2008. Recorded at Barleycorn's in Wichita, KS on August 30 with original band members John Nichols, Bill Goffrier and Brent Giessmann perform some of the classic songs with Eric Cale on upright bass and special guest Freedy Johnston. (with apologies to Brent Giessmann, the performance was in a small club and he is out of camera view for most of the show)
Topics: Living Room, Public access, Joel Sanderson, Bill Goffrier, The Embarrassment, Music, Vintage VHS,...
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Poet, pop-culture historian, vocalist, and performer Keith Gist takes you on a tour of the town of Wichita as well as some of this unusual writings in "The Wichita Tapes".
Topics: Living Room, Public access, Joel Sanderson, Music, Performance, Live Event, Keith Gist, Ben Urish,...
The VHS Vault
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This episode features a rare video from one of the performances recorded during Roger Miller's 1988 "Maximum Electric Piano" Tour. Roger Clark Miller is a singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist best known for co-founding Mission of Burma along with his current performances of silent film soundtracks with The Alloy Orchestra. Audio from the performance was remastered and remixed live by Sonic Percolator Russ Smith, also the bassist for Miller’s band “No Man”. Living Room...
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This episode features a hybrid edit of the Kansas made film “The Shortest Straw”, which combines the edit versions of  screenwriter Randall Parker with the director Geoff Husson’s alternate edit, including an alternate opening sequence.  "The Shortest Straw"  (feature film) , 1968 Starring Jane Robertson and Rex Mahan Directed and Edited by Geoff Husson Screenplay and Cinematography by Randall Parker Music by The Serfs Includes appearances from Ralph Seely (star of the...
Topics: Living Room, Public access, Joel Sanderson, Music, Performance, Live Event, Vintage VHS, The...
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This episode features a visual history of Wichita Television host and Kansas media celebrity Jim Erickson, also known as Leonard Kratslow and late-night TV host “Ol’ Flick”. Recorded in 2005 this visual history trances Erickson’s life and career through an interview written by pop-culture specialist Ben Urish. The is an updated version that was shown at a memorial for Erickson that was held November 5th of 2020 at the Starlite Drive-in in Wichita, Kansas (due to the COVID outbreak in...
Topics: Living Room, Public access, Joel Sanderson, Music, Performance, Live Event, Vintage VHS, Concert,...
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This episode features a visual history of Wichita, Kansas television personality Tom Leahy Jr., who was not only an on-air announcer, but performed on television as both characters “Major Astro” and “The Host” on the late-night program “Nightmare”. Leahy produced several films during his career, “The Beast from the Beginning of Time” which is also wrote and directed, then “Green Hell from the Void” a television pilot. Both films are shown in this episode along with a promo...
Topics: Living Room, Public access, Joel Sanderson, Music, Performance, Live Event, Vintage VHS, James P....
The Magazine Rack
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In 1969 science fiction author James Gunn began production on a series of 16mm instructional films. Each film featured a different popular science fiction author of that time giving lectures about different aspects of writing science fiction or as it’s also known speculative fiction. With permission from The Gunn Center for the Study of Science Fiction we bring you excerpts from the film series, including Issac Asimov, Forest J. Ackerman of Famous Monsters of Filmland magazine, and with host...
Topics: Living Room, Public access, Joel Sanderson, Music, Performance, Live Event, Vintage VHS, James...
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This episode features two documentaries about movie based shows from live stage events to a public access television program. The first is “A Soup of Fun” which tells the story of the movie live event “The M.T. Pockets Budget Film Fest”, with interviews from persons who were involved in the production. Then, the second part of this episode features a behind-the-scenes documentary on the public access horror host program called “The Basement Sublet of Horror”, which continued a...
Topics: Living Room, Public access, Joel Sanderson, Music, Performance, Live Event, Vintage VHS, M.T....
The VHS Vault
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Ben Urish curated this nearly lost series of films by several Kansas filmmakers called "The Montage Series”, with origins in the Kansas Beat Movement of the 1960s. 
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  A live video recordings of Roger Miller’s band “No Man”, performing a live set at the Lawrence, Kansas club The Bottleneck in 1991. The band features Roger Miller on guitar and lead vocals, with Russ Smith on bass guitar and backing vocals. This episode also features and experimental video short featuring Roger Miller shot at Liberty Hall in Lawrence before his No Man set later in the evening. Roger Clark Miller is a singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist best known for...
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This episode features a Journey Through The World of Musician and Artist John Eberly. Eberly entered the Wichita Kansas music scene in the mid-1980s as the singer/songwriter for a metal-punk rock band called, The Mumbles' . He was also an extraordinarily active artist in those years; Eberly gained an international reputation as an underground cartoonist. He produced numerous fanzines and other Xerox publications under the name, Mumbles Publications. Eberly has exhibited his drawings, paintings,...
Topics: The Mumbles, John Eberly, Demolition Kitchen Video, Wichita, Kansas, Punk, Hardcore, KMUW,...
The VHS Vault
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This episode features a look at corporate convention, or “Road” films made by Centron Films during the early 1960s for the Phillips 66 oil company. Since these were big budget films, by Centron Films standards, they feature Hollywood talent including Rowan & Martin, Anita Bryant, and Ed Ames.
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This episode features the first Unforeseen Film Fest, where we show a selection of educational films used in American schools from the 1940s through the 1980s. These are all originally 16 millimeter film transfers from the collection of hundreds of odd film reels we keep in the Demolition Kitchen Video archive. Films on dating problems, school shop safety, hula hoops, and films about the surrounding area here in Kansas.
Topics: Living Room, Public access, Joel Sanderson, Music, Performance, Live Event, Vintage VHS, Concert,...
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This episode features the second, Unforeseen Film Fest, where we show a selection of educational films used in American schools from the 1940s through the 1980s. These are all originally 16 millimeter film transfers from the collection of hundreds of various film reels we store in the Demolition Kitchen Video archive. Tonights films feature an early film music short, a history of the Flying Wing Aircraft, Hula Hoop Skills, and a film made in Kansas called “Folk Art and Individuals”. 
Topics: Living Room, Public access, Joel Sanderson, Music, Performance, Live Event, Vintage VHS, Concert,...
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A local Lawrence, Kansas television commercial for the Love Garden record store in downtown. It features some of the stores employees from that time period.
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Kilian Enterprises, also known for their movie poster commemorative series, produced this fanzine in the early 1980s. Issue 01 features Indy Advance poster, Scare Lobby Cards, Amsel checklist, Advance one-sheet posters,   Star Wars Style “A”, Collectable posters, Collecting Spielberg, Frazetta Checklist, and Collecting Presskits.
Topics: Kilian Enterprises, Jeff Kilian, Movie Posters, Fanzine, Collecting, Wichita, Kansas, Demolition...
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Kilian Enterprises, also known for their movie poster commemorative series, produced this fanzine in the early 1980s. Issue 09 features an article on Intralink.
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Kilian Enterprises, also known for their movie poster commemorative series, produced this fanzine in the early 1980s. Issue 09 features an article British Lobby cards, Intralink part two, and an editorial from Kilian.
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M.T.Pockets Live Vol.1 featuring the music of Demolition Kitchen . Live cuts from various Demolition Kitchen with performances by John Eberly,Keith Gist & Ken Haug, released in 2002.
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This is the preshow and intermission music used for The E.S.T.E.R. Film Fest (Freestate Brewery in Lawrence), M.T. Pockets Budget Film Fest (The Wichita Center for the Arts) and smaller Escape’ Drive-in shows from the late 1990s.
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This is a reprocessed/reworked version of the movie, already posted in this Demolition Kitchen collection. This version uses an AI algorithm to attempt to create a better, clearer version. Produced in 2021, this version also adds credits, which were missing on the original. The image is still in the 4:3 format with the video image using 16:9 HD format. M.T.Pockets Budget Film Fest was a stage movie show by the same producer of The Basement Sublet of Horror. The show ran at the Wichita Center...
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M.T.Pockets Budget Film Fest was a stage movie show by the same producer of The Basement Sublet of Horror. The show ran at the Wichita Center for the Arts from 1996 to 2002, with numerous performances. The show featured re-edited found films, live music, games and a prize drawing. “A Soup of Fun” is a documentary tracing the history of this live performance show originally held in Wichita, Kansas it ran for eight years at the Wichita Center for the Arts.
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M.T.Pockets Budget Film Fest was a stage movie show by the same producer of The Basement Sublet of Horror. The show ran at the Wichita Center for the Arts from 1996 to 2002, with numerous performances. The show featured re-edited found films, live music, games and a prize drawing. “A Soup of Fun” is a documentary tracing the history of this live performance show, this post features additional footage from the live shows.
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M.T.Pockets Budget Film Fest was a stage movie show by the same producer of The Basement Sublet of Horror. The show ran at the Wichita Center for the Arts from 1996 to 2002, with numerous performances. The show featured re-edited found films, live music, games and a prize drawing. “A Soup of Fun” is a documentary tracing the history of this live performance show, this post is outtakes from the original project.
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M.T.Pockets Budget Film Fest was a stage movie show by the same producer of The Basement Sublet of Horror. The show ran at the Wichita Center for the Arts from 1996 to 2002, with numerous performances. The show featured re-edited found films, live music, games and a prize drawing. Each of the performances had an individual event program, inside each program were a pair of collector cards. This book is a collection of all of these cards and several of the puzzle backing images.
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M.T.Pockets Budget Film Fest was an earlier movie show by the same producer of The Basement Sublet of Horror. The show ran at the Wichita Center for the Arts from 1996 to 2002, with numerous performances. The show featured re-edited found films, live music, games and a prize drawing. This collection is a series of excerpts from the show from 1996 to 1998 shown in sequence by the performance dates. This footage is presented as documentation of the events, it is not a documentary about the show....
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M.T.Pockets Budget Film Fest was an earlier movie show by the same producer of The Basement Sublet of Horror. The show ran at the Wichita Center for the Arts from 1996 to 2002, with numerous performances. The show featured re-edited found films, live music, games and a prize drawing. This collection, volume #2 is a series of excerpts from the show from 1999 to 2000 shown in sequence by the performance dates.
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M.T.Pockets Budget Film Fest was a stage movie show by the same producer of The Basement Sublet of Horror. The show ran at the Wichita Center for the Arts from 1996 to 2002, with numerous performances. The show featured re-edited found films, live music, games and a prize drawing. This collection, volume #3 is a series of excerpts from the show from 2000 to 2002 shown in sequence by the performance dates.
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A collection of live music performed during M.T. Pockets Budget Film Fest events held during the 1990s at The Wichita Center for the Arts in Wichita, Kansas. Collection one contains two performances by Michael Carmody and includes a set by Shawn Nichols.
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A collection of live music performed during M.T. Pockets Budget Film Fest events held during the 1990s at The Wichita Center for the Arts in Wichita, Kansas. Collection one contains performances by Dilate, Michael Curtis, Keith Gist, and The M.T. Pockets Manifesto by Wichita movie host Jim Erickson.
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M.T.Pockets Budget Film Fest was a stage movie show by the same producer of The Basement Sublet of Horror. The show ran at the Wichita Center for the Arts from 1996 to 2002, with numerous performances. The show featured re-edited found films, live music, games and a prize drawing. This is a collection of the event flyers and posters from the show, beginning with the early shows “The Escape’ Drive-in”, followed by the run at Lawrence’s Freestate Brewery, then to The M.T. Pockets Budget...
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Special showing for a private party in November of 2000 held at the St.Gregory Suites in Topeka, Kansas, a low key event where the audience didn’t get or understand any of the show.
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The raw footage featuring various clips shot during the Wichita run of the show, including: - A shot of the shows host Joel editing films for a performance in his basement, which later became the basement used in the TV show version of M.T. Pockets called “The Basement Sublet of Horror”. - Joel, host of the show, shooting video clips of various people who were involved with the show to be used as images on collector cards (including Jake Euker, WCFTA booking agent). - Establishing shots...
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The raw footage of a performance of M.T. Pockets Budget Film Fest held at The Wichita Center for the Arts in Wichita, Kansas in 1996. This is a dub from a documentation tape by Art Greig and features footage from two shows, June 1996. The show has a music performance by Michael Carmody. (The films shown during these performances are posted separately here in this collection on Archive.org)
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The raw footage of a performance of M.T. Pockets Budget Film Fest held at The Wichita Center for the Arts in Wichita, Kansas in 1996. This is a dub from a documentation tape featuring a performance from June of 1996 with music guest Michael Carmody and appearances from Teri Mott and Charla Sanderson. (The films shown during these performances are posted separately here in this collection on Archive.org)
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The raw footage of a performance of M.T. Pockets Budget Film Fest held at The Wichita Center for the Arts in Wichita, Kansas in 1996. This is a dub from a documentation tape featuring a performance from August of 1996 with music guest Blue Grass Spiders. (The films shown during these performances are posted separately here in this collection on Archive.org)
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The raw footage of a performance of M.T. Pockets Budget Film Fest held at The Wichita Center for the Arts in Wichita, Kansas in 1997. This is a dub from a documentation of four video tape recordings featuring a performance from January of 1997. Music guest, the first M.T. Pockets appearance of performer Keith Gist along with a video appearance from country western music star Tex LeBeauf. The original video file of Tex LeBeauf’s appearance is here as a second video to this post. (The films...
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The raw footage of a performance of M.T. Pockets Budget Film Fest held at The Wichita Center for the Arts in Wichita, Kansas in 1997. This is a dub from a documentation tape featuring a performance from June of 1997. Music guest features the second appearance of the Wichita band Split Lip Rayfield performing as a duo. (The films shown during these performances are posted separately here in this collection on Archive.org)
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The raw footage of a performance of M.T. Pockets Budget Film Fest held at The Wichita Center for the Arts in Wichita, Kansas in 1997 features two video recordings. This is a dub from a documentation tape by Art Greig and feature a performance from August of 1997. (The films shown during these performances are posted separately here in this collection on Archive.org)
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The raw footage of a performance of M.T. Pockets Budget Film Fest held at The Wichita Center for the Arts in Wichita, Kansas in 1998 features two video recordings. This is a dub from a documentation tape by Art Greig and feature a performance from March of 1998 with music guest Mark Walker and co-host, the director of WCFTA Theater program, Charla Sanderson. (The films shown during these performances are posted separately here in this collection on Archive.org)
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The raw footage of a performance of M.T. Pockets Budget Film Fest held at The Wichita Center for the Arts in Wichita, Kansas in 1998. This is a dub from a documentation tape by Art Greig and feature a performance from June of 1998 with music guest Michael Carmody. (The films shown during these performances are posted separately here in this collection on Archive.org)
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The raw footage of a performance of M.T. Pockets Budget Film Fest held at The Wichita Center for the Arts in Wichita, Kansas in 1998. This is a dub from a documentation tape by Art Greig and feature a performance from November of 1998 (The films shown during these performances are posted separately here in this collection on Archive.org)
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The raw footage of a performance of M.T. Pockets Budget Film Fest held at The Wichita Center for the Arts in Wichita, Kansas in 1996. This is a dub from a documentation tape featuring a performance from May of 1996. (The films shown during these performances are posted separately here in this collection on Archive.org)
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The raw footage of a performance of M.T. Pockets Budget Film Fest held at The Wichita Center for the Arts in Wichita, Kansas in 1999 features two video recordings. This is a dub from a documentation tape by Art Greig and feature a performance from September of 1999 with music guest Victor Wulf. (The films shown during these performances are posted separately here in this collection on Archive.org)
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The raw footage of a performance of M.T. Pockets Budget Film Fest held at The Wichita Center for the Arts in Wichita, Kansas in 1999. This is a dub from a documentation tape by Art Greig and feature a performance from January of 1999 with music guest Keith Gist. (The films shown during these performances are posted separately here in this collection on Archive.org)
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The raw footage of a performance of M.T. Pockets Budget Film Fest held at The Wichita Center for the Arts in Wichita, Kansas in 2001. This is a dub from a documentation tape by Art Greig and feature a performance from March of 2001. The June show has a music performance by Shawn Nichols along with Erick Riedell, Jeff Kilian, and Carrie Lindsey assisting with the show. (The films shown during these performances are posted separately here in this collection on Archive.org)
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The raw footage of a performance of M.T. Pockets Budget Film Fest held as a backyard private party in Wichita, Kansas in 1997. This is a dub from a documentation tape featuring a performance from August of 1997. Music guest features a guitar combo called “What’s With Those Guys”. Then video of a Wichita Center for the Arts a preshow rehearsal session with music guest Victor Wolf. (The films shown during these performances are posted separately here in this collection on Archive.org)
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The raw footage of a performance of M.T. Pockets Budget Film Fest held the Wichita Center for the Arts in Wichita, Kansas in 1997. This is a dub from two documentation tapes featuring a performance from August of 1997. Music guest Victor Wulf appearing for the second time at the show, this is one of the only live appearances by the reclusive Victor. (The films shown during these performances are posted separately here in this collection on Archive.org)
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The raw footage of a performance of M.T. Pockets Budget Film Fest held the Wichita Center for the Arts in Wichita, Kansas in 1997. This is a dub from a documentation two videotapes featuring a performance from November of 1997. Music guest the Wichita band O’Phil. (The films shown during these performances are posted separately here in this collection on Archive.org)
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The raw footage of a performance of M.T. Pockets Budget Film Fest held the Wichita Center for the Arts in Wichita, Kansas in 1997. This is a dub if two videotape recordings with documentation featuring a performance from November of 1997. With returning music guest Keith Gist appearing on a night when the show was voted “Best Bet” for entertainment in the city of Wichita bringing in a near sell out crowd. (The films shown during these performances are posted separately here in this...
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The raw footage of a performance of M.T. Pockets Budget Film Fest held the Wichita Center for the Arts in Wichita, Kansas in 1998. This is a dub from two documentation videotapes featuring a performance from March of 1998. Music guests The Wichita Center for the Arts cast of the play “Das Bar-B-Que” and Mark Walker performing a UFO guitar piece with film. (The films shown during these performances are posted separately here in this collection on Archive.org)
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The raw footage of a performance of M.T. Pockets Budget Film Fest held the Wichita Center for the Arts in Wichita, Kansas in 1998. This is a dub from a documentation videotape featuring a performance from June of 1998. Music guest Michael Carmody, returning for his second appearance on the show. (The films shown during these performances are posted separately here in this collection on Archive.org)
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The raw footage of a performance of M.T. Pockets Budget Film Fest held the Wichita Center for the Arts in Wichita, Kansas in 1998. This is a dub if two videotape recordings with different views from a documentation featuring a performance from November of 1998. With guest host Wichita’s own original movie host Ol’ Flick, Jim Erickson who gave a reading of his M.T. Pockets Manifesto. (The films shown during these performances are posted separately here in this collection on Archive.org)
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The raw footage of a performance of M.T. Pockets Budget Film Fest held the Wichita Center for the Arts in Wichita, Kansas in 1999. This is a dub if three videotape recordings with documentation featuring a performance from January of 1999. With returning music guest Keith Gist appearing. (The films shown during these performances are posted separately here in this collection on Archive.org)
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The raw footage of a performance of M.T. Pockets Budget Film Fest held the Wichita Center for the Arts in Wichita, Kansas in 1999. This is a dub if two videotape recordings with documentation featuring a performance from January of 1999. With returning music guest Keith Gist performing the Tex LeBeauf classic tune “Camper on the Road”. (The films shown during these performances are posted separately here in this collection on Archive.org)
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The raw footage of a performance of M.T. Pockets Budget Film Fest held the Wichita Center for the Arts in Wichita, Kansas in 2000. This is a dub from a documentation videotape featuring a performance from August of 2000. Music guest Victor Wulf, returning for his third appearance on the show. (The films shown during these performances are posted separately here in this collection on Archive.org)
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The raw footage of a performance of M.T. Pockets Budget Film Fest held the Wichita Center for the Arts in Wichita, Kansas in 2000. This is a dub from two documentation videotapes featuring a performance from August of 2000. Music guest Victor Wulf, returning for his third appearance on the show is shown during a preshow rehearsal for his set. The full Wulf performance is also included. (The films shown during these performances are posted separately here in this collection on Archive.org)
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The raw footage of a performance of M.T. Pockets Budget Film Fest held the Wichita Center for the Arts in Wichita, Kansas in 1999. This is a dub if a videotape recording with additional documentation featuring a performance from January of 1999. With returning music guest Keith Gist appearing. (The films shown during these performances are posted separately here in this collection on Archive.org)
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The raw footage of a performance of M.T. Pockets Budget Film Fest held the Wichita Center for the Arts in Wichita, Kansas in 2001. This is a dub from two documentation videotapes featuring a performance from March of 2001. Music guest Shawn Nichols from the Wichita band The Blivets performs a solo set. (The films shown during these performances are posted separately here in this collection on Archive.org)
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The raw footage of a performance of M.T. Pockets Budget Film Fest held the Wichita Center for the Arts in Wichita, Kansas in 2001. This is a dub from two documentation videotapes featuring a performance from October of 2001. Music guests John Eberly and Ken Haug from the Wichita band The Mumbles perform two sets. (The films shown during these performances are posted separately here in this collection on Archive.org)
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The raw footage of a performance of M.T. Pockets Budget Film Fest held the Wichita Center for the Arts in Wichita, Kansas in 2001. This is a dub from a documentation videotape featuring a performance from March of 2001. Music guest Shawn Nichols from the Wichita band The Blivets performs a solo set shown here in an alternate camera view that was shot much closer than the other documentation footage. (The films shown during these performances are posted separately here in this collection on...
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The raw footage of a performance of M.T. Pockets Budget Film Fest held the Wichita Center for the Arts in Wichita, Kansas in 2002. This is a dub from a documentation videotape featuring a performance from July of 200w. Music guests Mark Walker and his Pals. (The films shown during these performances are posted separately here in this collection on Archive.org)
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The raw footage of a performance of M.T. Pockets Budget Film Fest held the Wichita Center for the Arts in Wichita, Kansas in 2002. This is a dub if two videotape recordings with documentation featuring a performance from December of 2002. With returning music guest Keith Gist shown here in a reshow rehearsal for the music performance held later that evening during the show. (The films shown during these performances are posted separately here in this collection on Archive.org)
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The raw footage of a performance of M.T. Pockets Budget Film Fest held the Wichita Center for the Arts in Wichita, Kansas in 2002. This is a dub if two videotape recordings with documentation featuring a performance from December of 2002. With returning music guest Keith Gist shown here in a reshow rehearsal for the music performance held later that evening during the show. (The films shown during these performances are posted separately here in this collection on Archive.org)
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The raw footage of a performance of M.T. Pockets Budget Film Fest held the Wichita Center for the Arts in Wichita, Kansas in 2002. This is a dub if two videotape recordings with documentation featuring a performance from December of 2002. With curator Jeff Kilian describing  the film set of collected Nightmare: The Host & Rodney, a Wichita based horror host program from the 1950s through the 1980s. (The films shown during these performances are posted separately here in this collection on...
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Reel #1 contains M.T. Pockets heavily edited version of the Lee Majors classic suspense film “The Killer Fish”, which has be significantly altered from the original version of the film. This is one of the earliest 16mm re-edit film reels and was original shown at our outdoor film fest called The Escape’ Drive-in (look through our DK Video collection for footage that we’ve posted on Internet Archive about that show). This film is Lee Majors attempt to get into film production and it’s...
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VIEWER ADVISORY for this film, features disturbing, racict, sexist, and often disgusting films. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED! Reel #32 is called “Shameless City” and is a compilation of 16mm film clips cut together around the title as the theme. This is just about every film that we would be too embarrassed to show at the live show, it was compiled but never shown until now with some pretty troubling footage.  Originally created for The M.T. Pockets Budget Film Fest which was held at The Wichita...
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Reel #33 is called “Into The Air” is a compilation of 16mm film clips cut together around the title as the theme. Features films about flight and is one of the few M.T. Pockets reels that was never finished or shown. Originally created for The M.T. Pockets Budget Film Fest which was held at The Wichita Center for the Arts in Wichita, Kansas between 1996 and 2003.
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Reel #38 is called “Stage Fright” is a compilation of 16mm film clips cut together around the title as the theme. Features a really classic Centron film by the same name and other screen horrors like Anita Bryant along with some pre-Laugh-In footage of comedians Rowan and Martin, Let’s Go To The Movies!. Originally created for The M.T. Pockets Budget Film Fest which was held at The Wichita Center for the Arts in Wichita, Kansas between 1996 and 2003.
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The Wichita, Kansas band known as “Mainliners” recording a series of rehearsals at home in Wichita sometime during 1977, this is volume 01. This is an early recording featuring members of the Wichita band The Embarrassment, presented here as part of The Embarrassment online archive.  
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The Wichita, Kansas band known as “Mainliners” recording a series of rehearsals at home in Wichita sometime during 1977, this is volume 02. This is an early recording featuring members of the Wichita band The Embarrassment, presented here as part of The Embarrassment online archive.  
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4-Track Mind: This a collection of lo-fi home recordings by singer/songwriter Charlie Maxton. Recorded at various San Francisco apartments in the 1990s.
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Charlie Maxton - Portland: Unreleased studio recordings and home demos by singer/songwriter Charlie Maxton. Recorded shortly after moving to Portland, OR in 1999.  
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This is a demo tape that we received from Troy McEvers in 1990, just before he co-former the incredible soundscape band called “Vril”. The band Vril was a featured guest at a gallery exhibition version of our movie show “The Escape’ Drive-in”. They performed live soundtracks to several old films and created quite an experience. This collection of Troy’s work also includes an original answering machine message that he left in 1990 just before he dropped the cassette tape off at the...
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The raw footage 16mm film reels for McHenry contribution to the Montage film series based around the Lindsborg, Kansas scenic location “Coronado Heights”. The Montage Series By Ben Urish Beginning in 1951 Wichita, Kansas had a vibrant and adventurous film society.  The Wichita Film Society  ( WFS ) was a focal point for those interested in the cinema arts and was both an institution of education, exhibition, and a hub for other aspects of the local art and theater scenes. By the late...
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Rob E. McHenry "Forge of Hatered" a 16mm film shot in the 1980s. Cast - Paul Martin and Roger Ridpath, Crew - Sheila Roberts and Darren Falkowski.
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Rob E. McHenry “The Writer” a 16mm film shot in the 1980s. Cast - Matt Orsman
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Features tracks from the KMUW, Public radio show "Midnight Hour", which were either guitar or humor oriented from shows that aired in 1987-88. A compilation produced for the 2015 Aftermidnight reunion held at Kirby’s in Wichita, Kansas.
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A mini-comic/fanzine based on the Italian comic style of Fumetti Italian photo comics that use captured video images to form the comic panels.   The first issue is based on the artworks of artist Joep Van Liefland, while he was working as an exchange student at the University of Kansas in Lawrence during 1995.
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A mini-comic/fanzine based on the Italian comic style of  Fumetti  Italian photo comics that use captured video images to form the comic panels. This second issue is based on the artworks of artists Justin Baldwin, Jenny Weatherford, Randy Walker, and Joel Sanderson.
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Roger Miller, originally from the band Mission of Burma, was appearing on his Maximum Electric Piano tour in 1998 and made a stop in Wichita, Kansas. Kevin Smith, then program director for the radio show Aftermidnight, brought Roger Miller to the attention of the late night feature show Midnight Hour producer Joel Sanderson. Kevin interviewed Roger Miller and his tech producer Russ Smith, with Joel producing the recording. The show originally aired in 1988 on The Midnight Hour, running time is...
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Roger Miller, originally from the band Mission of Burma, was appearing on his Maximum Electric Piano tour in 1998 and made a stop in Wichita, Kansas. This recording features a nearly complete performance at Kirbys with a few breaks for tape changes and technical interference. The original recording was mono single track that was remastered into a stereo version by Demolition Kitchen. The show originally aired in 1988 on The Midnight Hour, running time is 90 minutes and the recording is an MP3...
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Roger Miller, originally from the band Mission of Burma, was appearing on one of his No Man band tours in 1991 and made a stop in Lawrence, Kansas with band mate Russ Smith. This recording features a performance at The University of Kansas college radio station KJHK.
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The VHS Vault
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This a remastered version of the video, created in 2021 featuring an attempt to again improve both the video and audio quality of the original piece. Since the original video was shot in 1991 on VHS tape, this rework uses video AI software to restore the video image. The audio track, while being remastered in the previous version, got another tweak in the improved performance in the low end signal ranges giving the grand piano a more authentic sound. This video piece concept is something that I...
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This is a video piece concept that I dreamed up one day when I ran into Roger Miller (Mission of Burma & Alloy Orchestra) was in Lawrence, KS. He was in town with his then band called "No Man" in May of 1991. This video was part of a series of video pieces that was shooting at the time called "Views in Life", which were all based on artist's that I admire. Roger's previous tour that I'd seen was for his "Maximum Electric Piano" in 1989 and I really enjoyed that...
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This is a kind of remastered version of the video, created in 2020 featuring an attempt to improve both the video and audio quality of the original piece. Since the original video was shot in 1991 on VHS tape, this is about the best reworking that I could pull off. I wanted to make a better version available on the web. The video piece concept that I dreamed up one day when I ran into Roger Miller (Mission of Burma & Alloy Orchestra) was in Lawrence, KS. He was in town with his then band...
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Roger Miller, guitarist for the Boston punk band Mission of Burma, made a tour stop in 1991 with a side-project called No Man featuring himself on guitar and Russ Smith on bass. The set includes a Mission of Burma song “This Is Not A Photograph”.
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Montage I: Paint and Painter (1959) A film by Wayne D. Sourbeer Painter: Corban LePell Music: Marvin Granostaff Editor: Mel Witrogen Sound: Larry Albright The film examines the relationship between the artist, his inspiration and subject, and his creative process. At the same time, the viewer is aware that a similar examination is being done for the film itself. The artist featured is Corban LePell, a friend of the filmmakers, who became a successful professional artist and who started the...
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Montage II: Ephemeral Blue (1960) Written by Charles Plymell Music: David Levenson Voice: Richard Grove Sound: Jim Kramer Cast: Dee LaVelle, Brad Hammond, LaVona Spencer, Dorothy Sourbeer Direction and Photography by Wayne D. Sourbeer   A series of eclectic images, built upon a Beat poem by Wichita native Charles Plymell who published several volumes of poetry and the memoir Last of The Moccasins.   The images include a woman in black being hoisted by a pumping oil derrick, a businessman who...
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Montage IV: The Garden of Eden (1962) Narration taken from the writings of S. P. Dinsmoor Sound: James Kramer Music: Jean Eichelberger Ivey Graphics: Ted T. Young Voice: Guy Gebhardt A film by Richard Grove, Richard J. Meyer, Wayne Sourbeer   This film is a look at the eccentric and weird cement statuary created by S. P. Dinsmoor in Lucas, Kansas with narration taken from his equally eccentric writing. It was filmed in winter when the statues were overgrown and covered with bare shrubbery and...
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